Electrical Technician-UUV

Company Name:
Charles River Analytics
#### Job Description:
Charles River Analytics is seeking an Electrical Technician to join our Wakefield, RI office. The selected candidate will participate in the development of unmanned vehicles to support an oceanographic research and test program. As an electrical technician, the candidate will be creating custom circuits and harnesses for components and sensors with various voltage inputs and multiple data communication paths.
#### Requirements:
Experience in electrical/electronic assembly for maritime vehicles
Experience soldering leads, routing wires, crimping connectors, and mounting electronics in confined spaces
Experience with through hole and surface mount board soldering
Superb attention to detail. Space restraints, depth construction and cable clearances require very robust and reliable circuitry.
Capable of independent work with relatively little guidance
Experience with light machine work such as drilling, tapping, cutting, and welding
Capable of working safely with high voltage and sensitive electronics
Install components such as sensors, circuit boards, power supplies, propellers, and other experimental pieces
Ability to assist in documentation of pin diagrams, system layouts, as well as updating existing schematics
Working knowledge of Gigabit Ethernet, 10/100 Ethernet, RS232/485, coax, shielded cables and other communications
Experience with testing electrical components, troubleshooting, and oscilloscopes a huge plus
Ability to handle changing requirements and evolving designs
#### Preferred Experience
Boat driving experience
Military experience, especially US Navy or US Coast Guard
Forklift or crane operator
ABYC E10 and E11 standards knowledge
NFPA 70 electrical certification
Job Title: Electrical Technician-UUV
Location: Wakefield, RI
Job Code: SPN070214-KAH

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